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Lofiles is a music and mp3 blog contains a collection of songs I love. MP3s are for sampling purposes only. If you like the music as much as I do, please go out and buy the records! .If you have a complaint about the ownership of a track, please contact me directly and I will be happy to take it down ASAP.
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Austin Psych Fest 3 Lineup Announced

March 26th, 2010

The initial lineup for Austin Psych Fest 3 has been released. The 3rd annual festival, presented by The Black Angels and The Reverberation Appreciation Society, runs April 23-25th at The Mohawk. The next round of bands and day tickets will be available Friday April 26th at Noon CST on austinpsychfest.com. 3-day weekend passes are currently available for $45.

LINEUP

The festival features 3 days of, fuzz, garage, drone, psych and experimental rock and roll accompanied by psychedelic projections, film and light shows for a multimedia mind-expanding experience.

The Raveonettes :: website myspace

The Black Angels ::  website myspace

Pink Mountaintops (solo) ::  website myspace

YaHoWa 13 :: website

Spindrift ::  website  myspace

Warpaint :: myspace

Indian Jewelry :: website  myspace

The Vandelles :: myspace

The Meek  :: website myspace

Headdress :: myspace

Ringo Deathstarr :: website  myspace

Christian Bland and the Revelators :: myspace

Daughters of the Sun ::  myspace

Sisters of Your Sunshine Vapor ::  website  myspace

The Night Beats :: myspace

Smoke and Feathers ::  myspace

Shapes Have Fangs ::  myspace

Screen Vinyl Image ::  website  myspace

Black Acid :: myspace

Ghost Songs :: myspace

VENUE

The Mohawk is a multi stage, multi level setup venue with great sound run by great people. We love the Mohawk and we think you will too (if you don’t already).

The Mohawks is located at 912 Red River St, click this link to the location on Google Maps. For more on the Mohawk, check out their website: mohawkaustin.com

SPONSORS

Austin Psych Fest is made possible with the support of volunteers, musicians, music lovers, artists, sonic research committees, old hippies, lucid dreams and the fine folks at: 

Austinist – Austin’s own “ist” highlights the best events and provides daily coverage on everything Austin 
WOXY – recommended rock and roll online radio  
Waterloo Records – homegrown tower of records and in store events
Buddha’s Brew – kombucha tea, invigorating, rejuvenating, probiotic-rich tasty tea. we put it in our whiskey
High Ball – bowling and karoake palace in South Austin with a touch of vintage  swank.
Bird’s Barber Shop – best place to get your hair cut (+ a free beer while you wait!) in Austin.
Laced With Romance – unique vintage boutique for creative ladies.


At your Will

February 1st, 2010

From Woxy.com about this monster genius musician: ..”Will Johnson is probably best known for his role as frontman of the band Centro-Matic, who have been putting out quality albums since the mid 1990’s. In the past year or so though, Will has had his hands full with several other really interesting projects. Among them was a role as a touring member of Monsters Of Folk, where Will played drums and travelled across the world with the super group.

Will also stayed busy working on solo recordings and putting together a great record with fellow musician and friend Jason Molina. The Molina and Johnson album was put together over a couple weeks by the two prolific artists and sees them collaborating and creating some incredible songs. In this solo set with Will, we are treated to two songs from that record, one unreleased tune from an upcoming solo album and another new song that was originally written by Woody Guthrie that will be a part of an upcoming project Will is involved in along with Jay Farrar, Anders Parker and Jim James“…

Listen to ‘Almost let you in’

Listen to ‘ Twenty cycles to the ground’

Listen to ‘ Blood can push’